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TAMALE, Ghana Mohammed started following me the moment I stepped off the bus in northern Ghana. That was hardly unusual; bus stations in Africa are…
KUMASI, Ghana John Kufuor, the president of Ghana, is in an enviable position. Named chair of the African Union in January, he leads the only…
KUMASI, Ghana It’s been 200 years since the British outlawed slavery and triggered the demise of the trans-Atlantic slave trade.
LAKE BOSUMTWI, Ghana It was a mistake to simply hand over the Schnapps as soon as we sat down with the elders of Abonu village.
OBUASI, Ghana Every few months Daniel Spies finds dead bodies. The managing director at AngloGold Ashanti Ltd.
It’s hard to imagine 1,000 men and women packed into these dank underground dungeons for months at a time.
Journalist’s death could tarnish Ghana’s image KUMASI, Ghana During the evening of Friday February 9, 2007, Samuel Ennin was shot…
Yukon Premier Dennis Fentie refused to order the destruction of an illegal outfitter camp built on the Bonnet Plume River.
The Education department sole-sourced a $70,000 contract to a Victoria-based consulting company to help decide what kind of school to build in…
Fifty below is no place for a kitty. But dozens of cats and kittens have been roaming Beaver Creek in freezing temperatures since a local woman…
Ruth Massie is feeling confident. The returned chief of the Ta’an Kwach’an Council beat longtime rival Bonnie Harpe, winning a clear…
The popular public-private health-care debate is largely irrelevant, according to the Canadian Medical Association.
Legends live on. Dick Person may be one of them. The internationally known teacher, paddler and mountaineer who called the Yukon home for many years…
Exploratory drill results at the Keno Hill mine site are so good, Alexco Resource Corporation is counting in kilograms.
The brain-drain trend of Canada’s doctors fleeing to the United States appears to be reversing, according to the Canadian Medical Association.
Ruth Massie was elected chief of the Ta’an Kwach’an Council on Monday. She took 124 votes, compared to her challenger, Bonnie Harpe, who…
Unexpectedly, the bass started to thump. About 30 doctors gathered at the Yukon Medical Association’s annual general meeting moved to the…
The Yukon government and the Porcupine Caribou Management Board have no plans to follow the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation’s lead in imposing a…
The Ta’an Kwach’an Council is taking its second kick at the democracy can. And the usual suspects are running again.
If two copper mines near Minto and Carmacks start using hydroelectricity, Whitehorse’s diesel generators will be required during peak energy…